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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Thailand

I am a US Citizen, applied for AOS for my partner and we have received an RFE saying my income is not sufficient. We have a joint sponsor who meets the income qualifications and is also a US Citizen (my sister). Our concern is her birth certificate shows her maiden last-name and all her current tax/income documents has her current married last-name. Her passport showing her current last name is expired and we are on a time crunch. She has been married twice so her last name has changed twice. Should she submit both her marriage licenses along with the birth certificate showing that her name has changed twice in order to prove US citizenship?


Thank you for any input. 

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Thailand
4 minutes ago, aaron2020 said:

Her US passport is sufficient to show her US citizenship.



Even if her passport is expired? I am so nervous to receive another RFE or be denied 😞 


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